Don’t Ever Let Anyone Take Your Mojo

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MojoI’m assuming you know what a mojo is, right? Call it whatever you want…your inner goddess, your super powers, but it’s basically what makes you you and drives you.

For me it’s directly connected to my energy levels and my joy. And I lost mine for a while because I let others bring me down, question my intelligence and put me down. I lost my self-confidence and I felt like throwing in the towel. But I got my mojo back. So I’m here to say, “don’t ever let anyone take your mojo away.”

But that’s easier said then done. Women are sensitive creatures and as such, tend to take things people say or do to heart.

First surround yourself with people who are positive. Positivity definitely breeds more positivity.  Avoid the negative and the haters.

Confide in someone you trust. Use them as a neutral sounding board. Ask for advice. Sometimes you just need a little support from a friend to get your mojo back. And the friend can help you find the reason you’ve lost your mojo if you’re not sure why.

Learn to love yourself a little. Not outwardly, but take some time to pat yourself on the back and think about the things you do well. Know your own worth. No one can be great at everything, but we all have skills that are valuable. Maybe the people trying to steal your mojo are just jealous.

Confront the mojo stealers head on. Have a cathartic heart-to-heart and get everything out in the open. Not an easy thing to do, but it’s really necessary to getting your mojo back. And whether or not they agree with what you’re saying, it’s okay, it’s your opinion and feelings and they need to hear you out. Just getting it off your chest makes you feel better.

A drastic measure, but often necessary, is to just get the hell out of dodge. Move on. And find a place that is better suited.

Have you ever lost your mojo?



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